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CHAMBER NEWS


An evening celebrating the diversity of the East Midlands’ culture and communities


L-R: Dr Nik Kotecha, Chief Executive at Morningside Pharmaceuticals, Mark Esho, Director at Easy Internet and Chan Kataria, Group Chief Executive at emh group


As the largest business representation organisation in the East Midlands, the Chamber is proud to support, engage and work with thousands of different businesses – and the communities they serve - across the East Midlands. The needs and requirements of


our businesses and our people are diverse and as such the solutions to help and support these people locally and regionally are equally diverse. Being able to identify these


needs and requirements and provide realistic solutions where possible is what enables the Chamber to achieve its goal of enhancing not just East Midlands businesses, but our communities too – the two go hand in hand because when our businesses prosper, our communities prosper also. The Chamber has, during the


past year, held the prestigious title of British Chambers of Commerce Chamber of the Year, and we want to start 2020 with another celebratory event – an inaugural dinner that is a celebration of our


region’s diverse cultures and communities while also celebrating our ability to grow and prosper as one East Midlands community. Our region has so much to offer


and so much potential. It is home to a diverse range of


businesses – large and small and from a wide variety of different sectors. It is also a region that is


fortunate to have rich diversity and a flourishing range of demographics, cultures, cuisines, music, sports, arts, and so much more. This evening of celebration will


deliver a blend of traditional and modern, some formalities but also a lot of casualness, fun and laughter; a mixed dress code of traditional cultural attire or formal black tie, and an evening that celebrates the spirit of respect, harmony, collaboration and unity.


It will also include: • A welcome performance from a community choir


• A three course dinner uniquely prepared by the Head Chef at


The inaugural Celebrating East Midlands Culture and Communities event takes place at 6.30pm on Friday 7 February at King Power Stadium, Leicester.


For more information and to book, visit bit.ly/EMC_Culture or call the Events team on 0333 320 0333.


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Leicester Tigers, Daniel Brazil, who has specially developed the menu for the night


• Entertainment throughout the evening, including elements reflecting the different cultural influences in the region


• A live band at the end of the night


There will also be presentations from the three main event sponsors, including Morningside Pharmaceuticals on the importance


of CSR and the impact in the community; Easy Internet on overcoming obstacles to achieve business success; and emh group on value and company ethos and how it embeds this and manages the impact in projects. This evening is going to be


unique and we look forward to seeing you there on the night. It is set to be a great event to


bring friends, colleagues, new business contacts and old friends alike – one that has the potential to live long in the memory.


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